Lunch Break Links: April 3, 2007

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Ugh.

Now that we've got that out of the way...

This look at ad agency Crispin Porter & Bogusky, the folks responsible for Burger King's creepy "The King," the VW "un-pimp ze auto" spots and Miller Lite's "man laws," is really intriguing.

The Web's going crazy over Alanis Morrisette's cover of "My Humps."

Idolator posted this link to a massive indie pop archive. (Indie pop in the traditional, old-school twee sense.)

The Hold Steady has recorded a version of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" for singer Craig Finn's beloved Minnesota Twins.

AntiMC, one of the opening acts on RJD2's tour, has been keeping a tour diary at Tiny Mix Tapes. For the record, I am not the one who sold off Busdriver's album to Used Kids.

An Office convention in Scranton? Count me in!

Tim Gunn, Lost, rock rumors and more after the jump.

Also at EW, Ken Tucker has been doing a great job of sticking it to 24 for its subpar sixth season. Last night's recap continues that trend.

LHB directed me to Rolling Stone's 25 Greatest Rock Rumors. I'm still waiting for their "100 Greatest Rolling Stone Lists" list. This one is their first to incorporate reader input, a weekly feature from now on.

From Pop Candy: There's a rumor going around that director Robert Rodriguez and actress Rose McGowan started seeing each other on the set of Grindhouse.

Also, Vanity Fair has posted video and a slideshow of Leo DiCaprio from a recent interview.

Lost news: The video player on TV Guide's homepage includes The Ausiello Report, which hints at upcoming character deaths.

And finally, "Senator Forms Subcommittee for the Watching of Lost."